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Continuing Education

Earn AIA continuing education credits


Architects, landscape architects, construction supervisors, and other industry professionals can earn continuing-education credits by attending ABX sessions.


Attendees earn one (1) AIA Learning Unit for each session hour (e.g., 1.5 LUs for a 90-minute session) with the exception of tours, from which travel time may be subtracted. In addition, to meet credit requirements for Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) look for those sessions with the HSW notation in the Attendee Program. Please note that AIA/CES no longer requires Sustainable Design as part of your overall continuing-education requirement.


To track continuing-education credits, AIA members must include their membership number when registering. If you are not an AIA member, please email your request for a certificate of attendance to ce@architects.org


Note for Massachusetts architects: Massachusetts registered architects must earn a minimum of 12 Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) credits annually. AIA architects must earn a minimum of 18 credits annually, including 12 HSW topics.


BSLA credits (LACES) are available as noted. For more information on LACES visit laces.asla.org and CSL visit www.mass.gov.


AXP training units are also available at select ABX workshops.

 

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